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#1 posted 01-21-2012 05:12 PM

I second richgreer’s comments. I do quite a bit of lathe work, and for my money, I don’t think you can hardly beat the Easy Tools. For just starting out, I would suggest the Easy rougher and finisher. It will amaze you what you can do with these. Then as the cash becomes available get a good conventional parting tool,(fairly easy to sharpen) and maybe some decent,not really expensive, conventional tools. I have a decent set of conventional tools and they are rarely used,except for more intricate details.

-- elpea


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